Gallery by Michael Oryl on Friday May 07, 2004.
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I've had a week to play around with a Nokia 7610, thanks to the folks at the Texas office.
While I am certainly not going to review the device, since it is a pre-production model, I can tell you a bit about the new camera and toss in a screen shot. Nothing too earth-shattering, but you'll get the idea.
And of course I have a ton of photos of the phone itself, too.
For those of you that have been living under a rock, the 7610 is Nokia's latest Series 60 Symbian OS handset. The 7610 is Nokia's first megapixel camera equipped handset, too. It is quite a bit smaller than the current top of the line S60 handset, the 6600, and comes equipped with a pop-port connector on the bottom - just like the new 6620 does.
The keypad is sure to be a point of contention for some folks, with its far from traditional layout. I think most people will fairly quickly get used to it, though. It is not so drastic a change as we saw with the 3650, and while it is a bit confusing visually at first, I managed to get the hang of it. And we all know that I'm none too clever or tolerant when it comes to keypads.